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Airbus wants to build zero-emission planes by 2035. Here’s how

Boeing's (BA) European rival on Monday revealed three concepts that will explore different options for using hydrogen as a primary source of power to fly planes.The move by Airbus (EADSY) could mark a

The incredible tale of a South African diver who formed an unlikely bond with an octopus

(CNN) — Craig Foster was diving, bare-chested, in bitterly cold waters off the southern-most tip of Africa when he saw her -- an octopus hiding under a cloak of shells and stones.In the new Netflix

Live Updates: Tropical Storm Beta crawls towards Texas and Louisiana

At least 1 dead after Sally strikes Gulf CoastHigh-water rescues underway in Florida after Hurricane Sally slams the Gulf Coast as a Category 2 storm; Jason Rogers, Escambia County Florida Public Safe

The Bobcat Fire is now one of the largest in Los Angeles County history after scorching more than 100,000 acres

It is one of at least 27 wildfires currently burning in the state, where 26 people have died and 6,100 structures have been destroyed since fire activity picked up in August, the California Department

Famed NYC clock is counting down to Earth’s climate change ‘deadline’

Anyone who has walked through New York City's Union Square and managed to look up has seen it: A large, multi-numeral digital clock embedded on the side of a sky scraper.It now marks the years, days,

Opinion | California, the Most Calamitous Place on Earth

California has always been too big for its breeches.Highest mountain, lowest desert, longest coast, most epic valley, riparian forest, Redwood forest, wetland, grassland, inland sea — each was its o

Louisiana residents face tough road to recovery with coronavirus restrictions after Hurricane Laura

The city of Lake Charles, La., already grappling with challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic, now must tackle the devastation caused by Hurricane Laura.Making landfall as a Category 4 storm

Mathematicians May Have Figured Out How ‘Stone Forests’ Form

There are many wondrous geologic formations in nature, from Giant's Causeway in Ireland to Castleton Tower in Utah, and the various processes by which such structures form is of longstanding interest

Covid-19 Adds Complications to Portland-Area Firefighting Efforts

— Six members of a team directing the firefighting efforts in the Pacific Northwest went into temporary isolation this week after a member of a resupply crew tested positive for the coronavirus, aut

California Firefighter Dies in Blaze Sparked by Gender-Reveal Celebration

Firefighter dies battling fire ignited during ‘gender-reveal’ party.Fires have burned across more than five million acres in California, Oregon and Washington, forcing hundreds of thousands of peo

Cruise Ships Can’t Sail. But the Behemoth Vessels Are Still a Draw.

Shannon Wright, a 45-year-old beautician, drove six hours with her family to Osmington Mills, a coastal hamlet in Dorset that offers some of the best views of the ships.”.Local officials in Dorset r

‘Medicane,’ a rare, hurricane-like storm in the Mediterranean, to hit Greece

This type of storm, often called a 'medicane' (Mediterranean + hurricane), has features similar to hurricanes and typhoons.Sea surface temperatures are also currently running warmer in that part of th